The clash between subtler moments of introspection and fast-paced plot building results in a disjointed, choppy flow.
Seniors at the Chestnut Hill nursing home enjoy an afternoon of music.
Students participate in a CityStep session held in the basement of Lowell Lecture Hall.
David A. Armenta ’17 teaches Matvey Soykin saxophone during his weekly Thursday music lesson in Paine Music Hall.
Members of Crooners (a division of MIHNUET) visit the Chestnut Hill nursing home for a group singing activity on October 9.
Skylight, Adams Dining Hall. Though this skylight is has not changed since the strike began, its elegant calm seems to fit nicely with the dining hall’s new, quieter atmosphere.
Portrait of Joseph, one of the HUDS workers on strike who came up to me as I sketched to ask what I was doing and told me a little about his experiences.
Scenes from the HUDS strike.The contrast between the constantly moving people and the comparatively stable and stagnant architecture is reflected in the differences between the qualities of line, shape and shade in the two sketches.
Harvard Ballet Company presented a compelling retelling of "The Wizard of Oz" for its fall show.
As the Harvard University Dining Service workers strike, many of the dining halls have stopped serving food. As a result, the spaces that are the house dining halls have fundamentally changed.